CECON 2023 Technical Tour of House Zero

Explore a 3D printed home on a guided tour from the ICON engineers themselves

Limited availability opportunity. All full or single-day registered attendees are eligible to attend. Sign-up is free but required to attend the tour. When initial ticket allotment is full, a waitlist will be created. Attendees will be notified of status the week leading up to the event. 

About the Home:

3D-printed Homes Pushing Boundaries of Resilient and Sustainable Architecture and Design

House Zero is a 2,000+ sq-ft, 3 bedroom/2.5 bath home with a 350 sq-ft, 1 bedroom/1 bath accessory dwelling unit, featuring ICON’s resilient 3D-printed wall system, which replaces a building system traditionally made up of multiple steps saving time, waste and cost. The walls of the home are made with a proprietary cementitious-based material, “Lavacrete,” insulation, and steel for reinforcing; they were printed in less than two weeks.

Located in East Austin, “House Zero,” was 3D printed by ICON’s next-gen Vulcan construction system and designed by Lake|Flato, known for their sustainable designs. Blending mid-century modernist ranch house aesthetics, the home features an elevated architectural and energy efficient design that highlights the benefits of resiliency and sustainability, with the digital possibilities of additive construction.


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